Our Kazakh sources have informed us that two unbeaten Kazakh prospects are looking likely to return to the ring in December, though specifics haven't been made available as to when, where or who against.
One of those prospects is Bobirzhan Mominov (9-0, 8) [Моминов Бобиржан], who was last seen in the ring in September, stopping Anzor Gamgebelli, in 2 rounds to claim the WBC Asian Boxing Council Continental Welterweight title. The unbeaten Mominov is a well travelled fighter, having fought in the US, Argentina and Kazakhstan, and we're expecting his next bout will him go over all ground, and least in terms of location, with the US said to be the most likely.
The other prospect is 28 year old Arman Rysbek (5-0, 4) Рысбек Арман, who is expected to fight on the same show as Mominov. His career has also seen him fight in the US, Argentina and Kazakhstan, though his competition has been dire and he is in need of a step up after scoring 5 straight forward wins already this year.
We're hoping to have more details shortly, but we do like to see both fighters staying busy and fitting in another fight before the year is over.
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